Konnor Burns, 24, is now charged with reckless driving and driving under the influence. Police say he was behind the wheel of this Dodge Charger when he passed one officer parked along Plainfield-Naperville Road. That officer clocked him going 103 miles per hour and couldn't keep up with the car.
Moments later a second officer spotted the car traveling even faster, and nearly triple the 45-mile per hour speed limit. The pursuit ended in front of Burns' home when police say his father tried to cover for his son.
"As the officer pulled up to the house he saw the kid running into the house. He knocked on the door and the father tried to protect the son saying, 'I was driving,'" said Sergeant Lou Cammiso, Naperville police.
William Burns is now charged with interfering with police. The family declined to speak with ABC7 on Wednesday.
As for that 124 miles per hour speed, Naperville police say it may be the fastest they've ever caught someone driving.